The first option of challenging the decision of the arbitration court considered the appeal. In this case, the case is completely re-court of appeal, therefore, the Complainant retains the maximum chances of a positive outcome. Total time for filing the appeal is one month, which is counted from the date of adoption of the contested judicial decisions. For some kinds of cases installed shortened the period of appeal, amounting to ten days (e.g., cases that occur in a simplified manner). The complaint should be sent to the court of first instance from which it is automatically forwarded to the appellate court together with the case.

How to challenge the decision of arbitration court of cassation?

Cassation challenged the decisions of arbitration courts, which were considered earlier in the appeal. Also the right to submit a cassation complaint arises when an appellate court refuses party case in the restoration of the elapsed time on appeal. Besides, in the cassation procedure may be appealed appeal the decision. The deadline for this challenge is two months from the date of adoption of the contested act. The complaint is filed in the court of first instance, which itself forwards it to the court of cassation. In the event of an appeal, the district court will test the contested judicial act in compliance with the substantive, and procedural law.

How to challenge the decision of the arbitration court Supervisory order?

Filing a Supervisory appeal – the last way to challenge the decision of the arbitration court, which is available to interested parties. Supervisory order may be appealed any act in the case, including appeal and cassation rulings, determination. The only condition is compliance with the terms of the complaint, which is three months from the moment of adoption of the last judicial act on the case. In the case of Supervisory appeal, the person concerned must send a complaint directly to the Supreme judicial body (the Supreme court), requirements to the contents of the document embodied in the arbitration procedural legislation. If the applicant's Supervisory appeal are satisfied, the person may qualify for the award of compensation.